Performed by JD Zazie and Anton Mobin at Das Kleine Field Recordings Festival Recorded live at Valentin Stüberl in Berlin on August 14th, 2011
JD ZAZIE : CDj, CD player, Mixer, Field Recordings ANTON MOBIN : Prepared Chamber, Tape Head
This recording testifies the first meeting between JD Zazie and Anton Mobin in Berlin during Das Kleine Field Recordings Festival organized by Rinus van Aleebek at Valentin Stüberl. Rinus van Alebeek proposed a " blind concert " to both artists who have never played together before.
Anton Mobin and JD Zazie (as Penates, with Mat Pogo) appear on "A day in the Life", a cassette released on Staaltape (2011).
Versions - Different performances of the song by the same artist
Compilations - Other albums which feature this performance of the song
Covers - Performances of a song with the same name by different artists
JD Zazie is an italian sound artist and recordist based in Berlin.
Coming from a DJ and a radiophonic background she has explored over the years different approaches of real-time manipulation on fixed recorded sound in solo or in collaborations : JD Zazie plays with WJ Meatball as "Semerssuaq", with Mat Pogo as "Penates", with Felicity Mangan as "Wet n' Wild" and is part of "BETT4" (Berlin Turntable Quartet) with Joke Lanz, Ignaz Schick and Dawid Szczesny.
Last but not least, JD Zazie is the lady behind Staalplaat Radio, each thursday on DFM.nu
Paris-based sound artist, Anton Mobin’s sound activities evolve in two parallel and complementary universes: improvised music and radio art.
In his creations diversion and manipulation of sound objects, trivial fragments and reorganization of reality are investigated in different ways. Anton Mobin develops his own methods of composition in which he experiments different constraints of place, time and also technical to produce a unique and personal radio art.
Anton Mobin curates the network "Impronet" and manages the label H.A.K. Lo-Fi Record with others french artists.
DARBY'S CHRONICS -
July 7, 2012 Subject:
ANTON MOBIN & JD ZAZIE "Live at Das Kleine Field Recordings Festival", EARSHELTERING N°060
Cycles, loops, metallic thunder drones, electronic spasms and percussives manipulations. Anton Mobin & JD Zazie lead us to a storm center, where the silence is rhythmic - Sound dives in a torn silence - The coordinates are hidden from us and the rising soundscapes bring us where no men are never go, but where he should go. Enjoy it !
the ghost between the strings -
May 18, 2012 Subject:
Chouettes impros atmosphériques, les sons fourmillent sans s'éparpiller inutilement. Au contraire la 2ème séquence construit même une belle petite ritournelle pouvant rappeler les musiques traditionnelles d'autres continents...